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National Wellbeing: A good fit for the Conservatives?

13 Oct 2011

The Children’s Society hosted an event at the Conservative Party Conference on national well-being.

Join us for our evensong for young runaways at St Paul’s Cathedral

11 Oct 2011

Please join The Children’s Society and young runaways for Evensong, 15 November in St Paul’s Cathedral.

Statement in response to the Institute for Fiscal Studies' report on poverty and universal credit

11 Oct 2011

Statement in response to the Institute for Fiscal Studies' report on poverty and universal credit

Four in ten disabled children are living in poverty

7 Oct 2011

Four in ten disabled children in the UK - a staggering 320,000 - are living in poverty, reveals a new report by The Children’s Society.

The Engage Toolkit is live, supporting those who work with BME family carers

The Include Programme has launched its new Engage Toolkit, an online resource for anyone working with black and minority ethnic carers and their families

Children, young people invited to design The Right Year for Children logo

Children and young people across England are encouraged to create a logo to promote a year of events supporting The Right Year for Children.

Bob Reitemeier prepares to say goodbye after a decade at the helm

Our Chief Executive will leave The Children's Society after a decade of championing improvements for the lives of children.

Disabled children and young people missing out on vital advocacy services

26 Sep 2011

Advocacy for disabled children and young people can lead to considerable improvements for them and their families, yet many are missing out on vital support.

Marathon man Nathan Farrugia gets ready to run his latest marathon in his '27 challenge'

Maltese marathon runner and extreme endurance athlete, Nathan Farrugia, will be taking to the streets of London this Saturday in aid of The Children's Society.

Newington Intergenerational Programme kicks off in October

New programme brings together younger, older residents to help create stronger communities with engaged, active residents